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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Liverpool 1 0 0 3
2 Chelsea 1 0 0 3
3 Bournemouth 1 0 0 3
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Omeruo completes loan to Leganes

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Arsenal, Chelsea battle to forge new identities as Tottenham look for distractions

Ahead of each round of fixtures in the Premier League, W2W4 looks at the main storylines to keep an eye on. Arsenal and Chelsea seek to forge new identities while Mauricio Pochettino wants Tottenham focused in light of some disappointing news about their new stadium. 

1. Expect the unexpected as Chelsea face Arsenal

Once upon a time, you'd know what sort of game you were in for when Arsenal visited Chelsea. For the most part of the Roman Abramovich era, muscular, strong-willed Chelsea...

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich tests Maurizio Sarri with football's toughest job

Following a win in their opener against Huddersfield, Craig Burley reveals the key areas Chelsea will need to focus on to ensure a top-four finish.
Following a win in their opener against Huddersfield, Craig Burley reveals the key areas Chelsea will need to focus on to ensure a top-four finish.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri doesn't want to turn his new side into Napoli 2.0.

When Maurizio Sarri said last week that it might take two or three months for Chelsea to play the sort of football he wanted, the instant reaction was to raise an eyebrow and say: "Good luck with that."

This, after all, is not a club known for patience, and given the state of flux -- on the pitch and off it -- Chelsea find themselves in, Sarri has possibly the most difficult job in football.

In the 15 years since Roman Abramovich arrived at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea have made their way through...

Chelsea's Alvaro Morata, Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on borrowed time?

With the Premier League back in action, Shaka Hislop and Mark Donaldson predict all of the fixtures ahead of week 2.

They are not striking similarities as much as superficial ones. Chelsea's Alvaro Morata and Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are forwards who signed last season for club-record fees in the same bracket, £58 million and £56m. Neither, despite his fee and pedigree, is guaranteed to be leading the line in a few weeks' time. And there, arguably, the common denominators end.

Elsewhere, they represent opposites. Aubameyang was the short-term recruit, the statement signing meant to prove Arsenal's...